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Yesterday I asked you to take some time and write down a list of your skills, interests, and passions. If you didn’t get to it yet, do it now. Make it a mini list. Jot down a few ideas and then walk through these 5 critical questions with me. Checklist to Finding a Profitable Niche Read more about The 5 Questions You Must Ask Yourself[…]
Branding is one of those words that has lost its meaning, because it is tossed around casually by people who have only the slightest understanding of what the word represents. It’s not the sum total of your marketing activities. It’s not the task of positioning your business in the marketplace. It’s not creating a cool Read more about The True Test of a Remarkable Brand[…]
These days, everyone wants to go viral, but few have considered the implications. Will success strike so quickly that you can’t profit from it? Or will it force you to make decisions that ultimately wreck, instead of supercharge, your business? Ask yourself this: “If my product goes viral, can I keep up with it, deliver Read more about 7 Ways to Optimize When Your Product Goes Viral[…]
Forget disruptive innovation, commodity pricing and fierce competition… they pale in comparison to the greatest enemy any company has ever confronted: the past. For most companies, the past is their greatest impediment to future success. Here are three examples of what I mean: Firms with a proven recipe for success have immense difficulty shifting gears Read more about Is The Past Eating Your Company Alive?[…]